Columbo has to solve a crime at the embassy of a middle-east nation. The culture there is different, and the main suspects have diplomatic immunity. Also, to complicate matters, there is a student demonstration outside the gates, and the king is visiting the embassy. However, Columbo decides to investigate the matter in his own persistent way. Written by
Maarten Hofman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
When Hassan Salah leaves the embassy to go meet Habib at the cliff, he bends down and uses the key to unlock his car door. He opens the door and the window glass is clearly lowered. He could have just reached through the open window and unlocked the door. More likely, the door wasn't locked to begin with. See more
[Watching the King board a plane
There's something of the father in the son, eh, Hassan?
There's something of his father in many of us, Hajj, but the throne makes the man, not the blood.